The services will obtain the vaccine on Friday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Columbus nursing residence was the primary in Ohio to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Friday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine spoke at a briefing outdoors Crown Pointe Care Middle in Columbus because the vaccine was administered to residents.
Ten nursing houses throughout the state are among the many first within the nation to obtain the vaccine as a part of a federal program to vaccinate nursing residence residents and employees.
DeWine stated extra nursing houses in Ohio will obtain the vaccine.
They are going to obtain the vaccines via Walgreen’s, CVS, PharmScript and Absolute Pharmacy.
DeWine stated Friday he will even go to Cleveland and Sandusky.
The Ohio Division of Well being supplied the next checklist of services that can obtain the vaccine on Friday:
Amenities partnering with Absolute Pharmacy
Altercare of Alliance
Altercare of Nobles Pond (Canton)
Amenities partnering with PharmScript
Chardon Healthcare Middle (Chardon)
Pleasantview Care Middle (Parma)
Extra doses will arrive on Monday, based on Pete Van Runkle with the Ohio Well being Care Affiliation, which represents long-term care services within the state.
Well being care staff at a number of hospitals within the state, together with the Ohio State College Wexner Medical Middle and OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospitals, obtained their first doses of the vaccine this week.
The state’s plan isn’t totally finalized on who particularly is subsequent in line.
Gov. DeWine’s Friday briefing may be watched under: